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Juulchin Khanbodg Ger Camp: Near Yolyn Am
This tourist ger camp is location a few kilometres from Yolyn Am near the provincial capital of Dalanzadgad. I stayed here as part of my 12-day tour around Mongolia before flying back to Ulaanbaatar from the small airport at Dalanzadgad. We were the only people staying at the camp. It has a nice restaurant with two young girls who were quite nice to chat to. The toilet/shower block was clean with new tiles but it didn't have much in the way of hot water.
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Juulchin Gobi Ger Camp: Opposite the Khongur sand dunes
I stayed here for a couple of nights during my 12-day Mongolian tour. The ger camp is located right opposite the Khongor Sand Dunes and was started in 2005. As the gers face south you get a good view of the sand dunes as they are to the south of the ger camp. The staff at the camp were nice and friendly and the food wasn't that bad. The showers do not have much water and pressure and are common for everyone, as are the toilets. Everything is very clean and there is a cleaning lady cleaning day and night.
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Gobi Tour Ger Camp: New camp near the Flaming Cliffs
This ger camp is located near the Flaming Cliffs (Bayanzag) and was barely a year old when I arrived in July 2008. In fact, so new was it, that the pine furniture still smelt inside the ger. The toilet/shower block was brand new with clean WC's and showers and featured some lovely new tiles (see pics). This is a large camp with around 20 gers plus a restaurant which did some good food.
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Tuvshin Ger Camp: Gobi Gher Camp
- There were three meals a day. The food was very good but on the short side. This is normal since you are in the desert and it is not very easy to transport food.
- Also the showers, as I mention somewhere else do not have much water and pressure and are common for everyone. As are the toilets. Everything is very clean and there is a cleaning lady cleaning day and night.
- There was a small tourist shop in the camp, which sold coca colas, water and some very good souvenirs.
-The city closest to the camp is Dalanzadgrad. But we didn't go there at all, because it was far away both from the airport where we landed and from the camp.
- There is no place where you can exchange money in the camp. If you have US Dollars it doesn't matter as everyone accepts them. But if you have Euros things are difficult, because you will need to exchange them either into Dollars or local money.I didn't take much local currency with me because I thought, what am I going to buy in the Desert? But they had very beautiful handmade trinkets, also fossils which you don't find in the capital or if you do they cost much more there.
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